tad upalabhya bhagavan adi-purusah sadasi gayantim purvacittim namapsarasam abhiyapayam asa.
tat—that; upalabhya—understanding; bhagavan—the most powerful; adi-purusah—the first created being within this universe; sadasi—in his assembly; gayantim—dancing girl; purvacittim—Purvacitti; nama—named; apsarasam—the heavenly dancing girl; abhiyapayam asa—sent down.
Understanding King Agnidhra’s desire, the first and most powerful created being of this universe, Lord Brahma, selected the best of the dancing girls in his assembly, whose name was Purvacitti, and sent her to the King.
In this verse, the words bhagavan adi-purusah are significant. Bhagavan adi-purusah is Lord Krsna. Govindam adi-purusam tam aham bhajami **. Lord Krsna is the original person. In Bhagavad-gita, He is also addressed by Arjuna as purusam adyam, the original person, and He is called Bhagavan. In this verse, however, we see that Lord Brahma is described as bhagavan adi-purusah. The reason he is called bhagavan is that he fully represents the Supreme Personality of Godhead and is the first-born creature in this universe. Lord Brahma could understand Maharaja Agnidhra’s desire because he is as powerful as Lord Visnu. As Lord Visnu, situated as Paramatma, can understand the desire of the living entity, so Lord Brahma can also understand the living entity’s desire, for Visnu, as a via medium, informs him. As stated in Srimad-Bhagavatam (1.1.1), tene brahma hrda ya adi-kavaye: Lord Visnu informs Lord Brahma of everything from within his heart. Because Maharaja Agnidhra specifically worshiped Lord Brahma, Lord Brahma was pleased, and he sent Purvacitti, the Apsara, to satisfy him.
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